GETTYSBURG
HAUNTED LOCATIONS

Here is a preview of some of the Historic Haunts you may visit on one of our expertly crafted tours.

 
Common School Haunted

The Common School

Gettysburg’s first public school was packed with wounded and dying. There are several recurring haunts there.
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Farnsworth House Haunted

The Farnsworth House

The most famous and most investigated building in town. Four separate spirits visit this house often.
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Jennie Wades Birth House Haunted

Jennie Wade's Birth House

The angry and still searching spirit of Jennie Wade’s father, John, is believed to visit this house.
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Dobbin House Tavern Haunted

The Dobbin House Tavern

Employees there often hear the sounds of children playing long after the dining has closed.
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The Old Grove Haunted

The Old Grove

The Grove is considered by many “investigators”, “empaths”, etc. to be one of the most active areas on the battlefield.
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Reynolds Death House Haunted

Reynolds Death House

Many reports have been recorded of a passer by looking thru a window and seeing a woman in “mourning garb and veil” slowly rocking.
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Haunted Creek

The Haunted Creek

Heavy rains after the battle washed the “carnage” of war into the center of town.
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Old Prison Haunted

The Old Prison

Many strange events are associated with the prison from the last man hanged to two prisoners killed in a fire in 1850.
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Rupp House Haunted

The Rupp House

After living in a newer home for years, the Rupps razed it to build this “German Gothic” fouryears after the battle. BUT WHY?
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Methodist Parsonage Haunted

Solomon Welty House

A very “peculiar” spirit has frequented an upstairs bedroom since the battle.
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Tillie Pierce House Haunted

Tillie Pierce Inn

The harrowing experience of a precocious 15-yr-old girl.
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Methodist Parsonage Haunted

Episcopal Parsonage

Did “divine intervention” spare the life of the Parson’s daughter?
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